JAMES GAMMON (Henry Moss) founded the MET Theatre along with his partner, Tim Scott, in 1973. His early appearances as actor and director at The MET include William Inge's BUS STOP, DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS, and PICNIC, which received many Los Angeles Drama Critics' Awards as well as Drama-Logue and Showcase awards. His appearances in Sam Shepard's plays started with CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS at the Public Theatre in New York and at the MET with Paul Koslo directing, A LIE OF THE MIND in New York and at the Mark Tapcr Forum, SIMPATICO in New York, BURIED CHILD at Steppenwolf in Chicago, where he received the JEFF Award, and then his Tony nominated performance of Dodge in BURIED CHILD in New York. Earlier this year James appeared in Gary A. Bisig's STAMPED at the MET Theatre. James has appeared in many films throughout his career starting with "Cool Hand Luke" and following with "Urban Cowboy," "Major League I" and "Major League II," "Silverado," "Revenge," "Wild Bill," "The Hi-Lo Country," and most recently "The Cell" to name a few. He has played the character of Nick Bridges on the CBS series "Nash Bridges" for the past five seasons. His home is in Florida with his wife, Nancy, where they breed and race thoroughbred horses.